NPRI

AcronymDefinition
NPRINational Pollutant Release Inventory (Canada)
NPRINevada Policy Research Institute
NPRINuclear Policy Research Institute
NPRINutri Pharmaceuticals Research Inc.
NPRINeonatal-Perinatal Research Institute
NPRINaturopathic Physicians Research Institute
NPRINAMI Policy Research Institute
NPRINational Programme for Rural Industrialisation (India)
NPRINorwegian Polar Research Institute
NPRINon-Participating Royalty Interest
NPRINeuropathic Pain Research Institute
NPRINonparametric Radar Identification
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First, the NPRI database collects and tracks yearly emissions of 300 substances or groups of substances released in one or more of the air, water and land substrates (32) from facilities exceeding the 20 000 hours employee threshold and facilities with a special status that are obliged to report their emissions.
My focus here is on the NPRI as regulatory policy and, more generally, on the information disclosure approach to environmental performance viewed in light of economic, institutional, and political power relations within society.
Table 8 sets out the sub-categories of causes of death for NPRIs. Only 5.2% of those who died due to NPRI were HIV negative; 87.4% were HIV positive and in 7.5% the status was unknown.
In early 2008, the Nevada Policy Research Institute, a Las Vegas-based libertarian think tank, decided to take a hard look at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, a public/private organization with an annual budget of about $200 million, which NPRI suspected was wasting taxpayer money.
The study, funded by World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) and the National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI), was published in the International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity.
The University of Bristol study, funded by World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) and the National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI), was published in the International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity.
Each year, the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI), a body of Environment Canada, reports accounts on each contaminant released by each processing plant and facility throughout the country.
Table 1 presents the implicit nominal protection rate (NPRI) that takes into consideration the tariff equivalent of quota and the explicit nominal protection rate (NPRE).
The National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI) is backed by a broad consortium of organisations including the Department of Health, Food Standards Agency, Medical Research Council, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and Diabetes UK.
The pollution data are extracted from the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) (Environment Canada 1993).
They include: industrial discharges or NPRI sites, hazardous waste management facilities, non-federal PCB storage facilities, potentially contaminated sites, and waste treatment, transfer and storage facilities (TSDFs).